About your Search

20121201
20121231
STATION
SFGTV2 12
MSNBCW 10
KGO (ABC) 5
KICU 3
KTVU (FOX) 3
CNBC 2
CNNW 2
SFGTV 2
WBAL (NBC) 2
WRC 2
WUSA (CBS) 2
CNN 1
CSPAN 1
CSPAN2 1
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 58
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 58 (some duplicates have been removed)
on the porch. i did what any concert -- god- fearing a young woman did. i reached for my can of mace, and i was prepared. i looked at the chateau -- shadow, and i heard the voice and knew it was bobby. with all the sensitivity of a new social worker i said, what the -- are you doing here? he told a story that his foster uncle, worked at martin luther king hospital. he convinced his uncle to break into my personnel file. he got my personnel file and my address, there is no transportation in los angeles -- there is nothing. he took three buses and hitchhiked, making it to my old frame house in venice. i said, why are you here? he said i was in a car and we did drive by and i don't know what to do. you said you would always be there for me. there's the answer and the question. how are we always going to be there for bobby. how are we going to help young people at risk, people who are active, to build new identities? we begin with tattoo removal, legal expunged and and we work on attachment. every individual who wants to avoid being in a gang, who wants to leave the game, they need a role model
will still have to hold onto the chance of a few showers with temperatures macing out -- maxing out. you can see the cold front and we still have the circulation to our north and to our west. we will keep the showers available for this morning and the forecast models are picking it up from the north and west and still scattered in nature and still a few pop-up showers by new orleans north. here is a look ahead with your five-day -- showers by noon. here is a look at your forecast. sunday at this point should be dry. >>> at least three deaths are being blamed on severe weather. a tornado blew off roofs and knocked out power to thousands of people on christmas day. blizzard warnings were in effect, they had a 21 car pileup in oklahoma. and that storm is now moving towards george and they made a gruesome discovery in the home and the home was hit on fire. >> the proposal is coming to get us back on track for the fiscal cliff. >>> we will have more traffic coming up, stay tuned. . >>> good wednesday morning, showing some lingering rain showers, a heavier cell is approaching american canyon. >>>
, mace, and shoot us, as we know very well, you will, but this time we're not turning back. we know you are finished. desperate, near the end. hysterical in your flabbergastlyness. amen. >> after the readings, the crowd headed to a reception upstairs by wandering through the other gallery rooms in the historic home. the third floor is not usually reserved for just parties, however. it is the stage for live performances. ♪ under the guidance of musical curators, these three, meridian has maintained a strong commitment to new music, compositions that are innovative, experimental, and sometimes challenging. sound art is an artistic and event that usually receives short shrift from most galleries because san francisco is musicians have responded by showing strong support for the programming. ♪ looking into meridian's future, she says she wants to keep doing the same thing that she has been doing since 1989. to enlighten and disturbed. >> i really believe that all the arts have a serious function and that it helps us find out who we are in a much wider sense than we were before we experi
from the gymboree and then walked a few doors down and tried to steel from the gap. one had mace in their gap. >> if they are stopped by loss prevention or an officer or sales associate, they will then turn around and spray them in the face to distract them and buy them more time. >> these women were no strangers to this store. in fact, the clerk immediately recognized them from past shoplifting incidents, and one had a stay away order for this particular store. they reportedly have stolen from the gymboree10 times since the last holiday season, and they have done it in front of the store employees. they reportedly threatened employees at the gymboree and the gap with merchandise. because it is ament many shoplifters believe the payoff outweighs the risk of being arrested and released. >> we believe they may be linked to other thefts that occurred throughout the bay area at retail stores. >> police say they return the stolen goods for cash at affiliated stores. the hope is that other retailers have captured these women on surveillance cameras and can help convict them for what is
already and that trend will continue into the weekend. a winter storm warning in mace for the slopes and the sierra until 9:00 on sunday. 2-5 feet. i will plan on the delays and possible road closures, keep that in mind heading to the sierra this weekend. heavy rain tomorrow morning at 5:00. then, more breaks in the action, not completely dry. another round of showers by 12:00 and then more breaks by 3:00. the next storm developing off shore, that moves in by sunday morning. the temperatures for tomorrow afternoon mainly in the 50s, heaviest rain for the morning hours and still scattered rain into the afternoon. and a look ahead. monday, it will be dry. a chance of a shower by christs mas day. gasia? >> thank you. >>> the oakland zoo got quite a early christmas present today. somebody donated $1 million to the zoo. it came in a letter from the san francisco foundation which said the donor wanted to remain anonymous. it can be used for any general purposes, the money will have a huge impact as it improves exhibits and adds more animals. thank you for trusts ktvu channel 2 news. we wil
down and tried to steel from the gap. one had mace in their gap. >> if they are stopped by loss prevention or an officer or sales associate, they will then turn around and spray them in the face to distract them and buy them more time. >> these women were no strangers to this store. in fact, the clerk immediately recognized them from past shoplifting incidents, and one had a stay away order for this particular store. they reportedly have stolen from the gymboree10 times since the last holiday season, and they have done it in front of the store employees. they reportedly threatened employees at the gymboree and the gap with merchandise. because it is ament many shoplifters believe the payoff outweighs the risk of being arrested and released. >> we believe they may be linked to other thefts that occurred throughout the bay area at retail stores. >> police say they return the stolen goods for cash at affiliated stores. the hope is that other retailers have captured these women on surveillance cameras and can help convict them for what is believed to be a string of brazen crimes. in
return with a 34-yard field goal forbath has not maced field goal he's first year guy. redskins stun the ravens. let's go out live to fed ex field where we find dave owens and i bet the redskins locker room was a joyous place to be today. >> reporter: yeah, it was a joyous place to be kb. back to that injury it was one of the injuries that even people up in the press box took a collective gasp when they saw it happened, twat like you knew it looked bad. and it looked bad and it was painful and that's what rgiii said after it. can he play next week, though? he addressed that in his post game press conference. >> i will be able to ruand do the things if it's really bad bruise. and if it's anything else, like i told coach, you know, i will fight through it and i will play next week. >> next week is a long way away hopefully he is okay and nothing too serious and maybe he can suit up next week but if not we have more than enough confidence in cousins and we will have to get it done without him. >> he is finest a trooper. that's a tough guy. he is going to bounce back without a doubt. >>
this afternoon. it had a masked man threatening a jewelry store worker with mace and a handgun. paul stevenson has why the location of the robbery was especially dangerous. >> reporter: a short time later the man came out with more than $140,000 in jewelry. this is one of the two men hayward police took into custody today after a robbery and short pursuit in hayward. a man went into a mall and took charge of the gold company. >> he was armed with mace and a hammer, smashed the jewelry display case. >> reporter: the suspect then left the mall and met up with another man waiting in a car outside. the two sped off and were later chased by officers who caught them a short time later about a mile away. >> this vehicle came to a stop, when the vehicle stopped on its own with several vehicles behind them. the driver was detained in the vehicle. >> reporter: the passenger ran and jumped several fences. this view from chopper 2 shows officers on rooftops looking for the suspects. a half an hour later he was also taken into custody. mall employees say it was a frightening event because the robbery took
government as he maces imminent closure with millions of oysters still in the water. >>> and nudists protested san francisco's city hall. how city leaders plan to enforce the new ban. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is bay area news at 7:00. >>> good evening. i'm marky. it's tuesday, december 4th. it is bay area news at 7:00, and we are on storm watch tonight as more rain rolls through the bay area. here's a look at storm tracker 2. right now the wet weather is con find to the north bay, but it is forecast to spread south across the entire region by tonight. this latest weather system arrives and folks in some areas are still recovering from the last round of storms. this is video from about an hour ago, and the rain started to come down in petaluma. the russian, napa and petaluma rivers flirted with flood stage on sunday. river levels are now down low. the fire chief in san rafael says they're currently more concerned about potential landslides. meanwhile caltran is hoping tonight's rain will not cause more problems along highway 1 in san m
and took part of a bold robbery. >> one individual went inside the store. he was armed with mace and a hammer, smash it had jewelry display case. >> police say the suspect then left the mall and met up with another man waiting in a car outside t. two sped off and were later chased by whufrs caught them a short time later about a mile away. >> vehicle came to a stop in peterman where the vehicle stopped on its own with several units behind them. driver was detained inside the vehicle. >> police say the passenger ran and jumped several fences going to people's back yarsd. this view from chapper 2 shows officer on rooftops looking for the suspect a. half an hour later he was also taken into custody. mall employees say it was a frightening chain of events because the robbery took place right next to santa's workshop where children were taking pictures with santa. police say this time of year robbers like this are on the rise. that's why officers are happy to have these men off the street sgls we want to make sure ultimately that the safety of -- of the people going to the mall feel s
them regalia. a lesson i learned they don't call the stuff on their mace--- on their face make-up, they call it war paint. for some it took two hours that i been together as a family, some for more -- they've been together as a family some for more than 13 years. they gather at the day before and the day of games it has been an institution since 1946. they say this is their home on the other fans are their family. >> love at first sight. >> reporter: you moved up here for him and the raiders. now you are getting married. >> she moved here for the raiders and me. [ laughing ] >> we are a worldwide family who sticks together that's why we are still out here 100% with the type of record we have. because it is not just about the game, it is about the family and the parking lot and the stadium worldwide. >> reporter: that is dedication. just wanted to let you know how accommodating ricky's has been for us this morning. ricky ricardo and his wife opened at 4 a.m. they usually don't open until 11. they are closing as soon as we are off air, they will be back open at 11 for tonight's 5
to attack a woman. if she was carrying mace, i might think twice about that. >> greg: very good. >> dana: interesting that you found that out about my past. i thought i had hidden it all. >> greg: you can't scrub everything on google. bob, don't you want criminals to weigh their luck when entering your home? >> bob: of course. i want the point out the guys were using long rifles, shutgun, not handgun. >> greg: he had a handgun. >> bob: here is the deal. why don't we have everybody strap on the six shooters or whatever they want to put on and walk around the streets. then we'll have no problem, right? everybody would be fine and secure from crime? is what that where this is going? the insanity is going? we're all going to be carrying concealed weapons in hollisters? do you want to wear a hollister walking around? >> greg: she would look great in a hollister. >> andrea: would. not allowed to have a gun in new york city. burglars are less apt to break in if they think might have their brains blown out. in an area where guns are banned and know when hay come in the house the owner is a sitti
's building. they are using state police. those weren't my police, by the way, who maced folks. they are using state police to block people from entering the the state capitol. i don't blame the individual officers. their orders come from them. so it's an assault on democracy in so many ways. you talk about the fiscal cliff you had earlier in the show. many of our families are facing a fiscal cliff. the biggest fight, the biggest organization leading the fight to help working families has been the unions. that's been the equalizer. we know the top six states in unemployment are right-to-work states. so what are we doing in this economy to promote? what is the governor doing and the republicans to help grow the economy? it's got nothing to do with right to work. you're going to drive more people into poverty. it's senseless in every way. and of course, it's very underhanded as you said, the way they're going about it with no debate. >> they are doing this in a lame duck session. >> that's correct. people are out shopping, thinking about the holidays. and they're trying to do this in just a matt
to you. it is 10 minutes before the hour. listen to this one. police had to use mace to break up an unruly crowd applying for subsidized apartments in columbus, ohio. 2,000 people showed up then they started fighting in order to get applications. that complex had to turn everyone away. several people were treated for minor injuries but no one was arrested. >> it is all pray and no play. it turns out the controversial combround zai ground zero mosque was supposed to be a cultural center is an empty space with no community programs whatsoever. dozens of worshippers gather at the site for prayer services but that is the only activity in the building despite promises otherwise. >>> thank you, heather. looking for somewhere special to take your family this holiday season? we are here to help you out. they gave us their list of the top five hotels. here to tell us about them all are travel experts lee avamante. best job in business. >> let's start with the first one. this is in las vegas. one of the nicest hotels in las vegas say it is a great place. they are decked out for the holiday
trying to help people through an aid group. >> bad break mace be to blame for a deadly crash in moscow. >> looks like the pilot tried to use all of the brake systems on the plane but for some reason it didn't stop. it ended up crashing on the highway and bursting into flames. the death toll climbed to 5 after a crew member died from their injuries. 3 are still fighting for their lives. >>> nasa released the favorite pictures from this year. this one is the 500,000 mile long solar flair exploding from the sun over the summer. look how big it is compared to the earth. the historic landing of the curiosity rover on the surface of mars. they have a satellite image of super storm sandy a good image churning on the waters along the eastern coast. shuttle discovery agencies final voyage on top of a boeing 747 this shot as it flew over the capitol. three craters on mercury's surface look a lot like mickey mou mouse. >> mickey or minnie. >> could be. >> we could be hearing the pitter-patter of little kardashian feet? >> kanye west letting the cat out of the bag that kim kardashian is pregnant d
they stole from the gymboree walked a few doors down and tried to steal from the gap. one had mace. >> if they get stopped, they will turn around and spray them in the face to distract them to buy them more time >> reporter: these women were no strangers to the store the clerk immediately recognized them from past shoplifting incidents one had a stay away order for this store. they've reportedly stolen from the gymboree at least 10 times in front of the store employees. they've reportedly threatened employees at the gymboree and gap as they walked out with merchandise. because petty theft is a misdemeanor police say many shoplifters believe the payoff outweighs the risk. >> we believe that they may be linked to other thefts that occurred throughout the bay area, retail stores. >> reporter: police say they've return -- they would return the goods for cash at affiliated stores. the hope is others have captured these women on cameras and can help convict them for what is believed to be a string of brazen crimes. alan wang, abc7 news. >>> if you are heading down the california coast to
've got the cool air just settling right in mace. we have a little bit of precipitation creeping in. let's take a look at radar and show you what we're talking about. a few light showers here to the south and to areas of the west near the mason-dixon line as well and some little pockets of freezing rain here and there popping up especially to the northwest. we'll keep an eye on that. we are talking just very spotty and light in nature. some of you will only see a few sprinkles. some of you won't see anything at all. this is not a washout situation at all. i do anticipate seeing a little bit more of this developing as we move into the late overnight hours as well. what we're dealing with is spotty showers late into the course of tonight and the overnight and the overnight lows are going to be kicking through into mainly the 40s president-elect you much everywhere. we'll see a few lower temperatures but otherwise not bad. also looking at this moisture developing into some fog as well as we move through overnight and into the hours of your morning. the time we get through into the midday to
: no knives. >> no pocket knives, no aerosols, no mace on your key chains, anything like that. but do bring blankets, your gloves, hats and definitely bring your camera. >> reporter: i want to talk about the pathway of peace. this is the kickoff for that event, a month long. what's different. >> it's the 56 state and territorial and district of columbia trees that sound the national christmas tree. come down 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. through new year's day. >> reporter: thank you for joining us. i'm pivot over to talk to john with ul. i was struggling with the last name. let's talk -- this is the fourth year you've sponsored this event responsible for the fabulous twinkling lights on the tree. tell us about the safety tips folks can bring home for the holiday. >> everybody is so busy. we need to take a few seconds to think about safety. water your tree. no matter how well you keep your tree watered, it will only last a maximum of four weeks so you have to be careful. when you bring out the lights, take a look at them. if you see broken wires, cracks, get rid of them. recycle them. make sure
boehner one more time but i think they're making a big mace take. -- making a big mistake. >> congressman, if he puts down a bill that requires democrats to get it pass, there will be a revolt. >> my frustration is with the democrats because the house republicans, our conscience is clear. in august we passed a bill to extend all of the tax rates. we did deal with the fiscal cliff issues weeks have passed that. it's harry reid and the president that have yet to come up with something. if it was so easy, if they thought they had a solution to it, why didn't on friday they come to the table and actually pass something? the pressure is on them, what can they pass in the senate? >> harold, you know the politics of this but you also know the markets and how they've been reacting and wall street and corporate america more generally. is there new pessimism that we're, a, not going to get a deal and not solve the issue anyway? >> big disappointment. people outside of washington understand clearly. a couple hundred billion over ten years separating both sides. the question becomes can washington st
. a snowstorm prevented him from getting to lake tahoe so he established his own command center at the mace hotel in reno. the fbi was called in and this mandy nelson was put in charge of the investigation. >> i had two questions i had to ask him right then. one was, who young frank do this just to get publicity? he said dean, he would never do this to his mother. the next thing i asked him, do you think the mob has had any connections with the kidnapping. he said, no. >> on monday morning in los angeles my mother actress barbara rush arrived on the warner brother's lot to resume filming robin and the seven hoods. >> the choreographer came out and said something happened mr. sinatra had to leave and we are not going to finish the scene today. this was a musical number. i said could you do it today? he said no because frank jr. had been kidnapped. i said, he has been kidnapped? frank sinatra's son has been kidnapped. you must be joking. >> that morning crazed kidnaper barry keenan decided to drive nearly 500 miles back to lake tahoe to check out of his hotel and get rid of any lingering evid
'm not hanging my hat, but republican ideals very much have a mace in the american political disscattered showers. no question about it. we just need to build on those. >> erin mcpike, social justice gospel. have you heard of this? >> i have not. you learn something every day. >> a big thanks to you, erin mcpike. boris epshteyn, good to see you. and angela rye, a new addition here. thanks for classing up the joint. i do appreciate you stopping by as well. and a big thanks, our biggest thanks, of course to you. thank you so much for spending some time with us on this saturday afternoon. be sure to tune in tomorrow. we enjoyed it so much, we have decided to do it again. 3:00 eastern. 3:00 eastern time. senator kay bailey hutchison will be joining me. we will also be hearing from former president jimmy carter. he will be weighing in on the latest in the middle east conflict as well. and don't forget, right before me, 2:00, "meet the press," david gregory. david will of course have tim geithner among his guests. that's it. that's all for now. be sure to keep it on msnbc for the latest news updates th
police that maced folks. they are using state police to block people from entering the capital. i don't blame the individual officers. their orders come from them. so it's an assault on democracy in so many ways. you talk about the fiscal cliff earlier in the show. many families facing the fiscal cliff. the biggest organization leading the fight to help working families has been the unions. that's been the equalizer. we know the top six states in unemployment are right to work states. what are we doing to promote? what is the governor doing to help grow the economy. it has nothing to do with raigh to work. it's very underhanded the way they are going about it with no debate. >> they are doing this in a lame duck session. >> you see the time. they are out shopping thinking about the holidays and trying to do this in a matter of days. they have suspended the rules and violated their own rules. not allowed any public debate. they are saying this has been debated for years. bull. there's been no debate. let's talk about right to work. let's talk about what it means. it's right to work for
of the occupy movement. the tent mace be gone, but that 1%, that focus on the very top of this country's economic pile had a lot of influence. somehow it persuaded a lot of voters that fairness was a matter for debate, a decider of how you should vote. another is another one, 8%. the obama hadn't gotten that down below that number, down to 7.7% in november, he would have had a far harder time winning last month. i believe i said this earlier, if it was under 8, obama would become the favorite. if not he wouldn't. imagin
, meaning we release them to their car and they leave, we will transport them to the clack mace county sheriff's office and you can contact us and we'll put you in touch with your loved ones there. >> can you talk about the gun? >> i can't talk specifics about the gun. but if you want to follow this incident, you can also follow us on our twitter feet which is @clackcosheriff. it's training a as #clackamasshooting and follow it on wr ww.flashalert.net. >> have you recovered the weapon? >> i think we have recovered a weapon. but until we search the entire mall, we want to be thorough. >> where did you find the shooter's body? >> more details later. my next brief willing be at 6:30 here, 6:30 here. >> where did you find the shooter's body? >> that's all for now. thank you. >> all right. so you're hearing the very latest here. we are expecting another update in the hour. but a few more things that have now been answered. we do believe that there is just one shooter now. we had heard reports there could have been more than one. we don't know at what time that man died. but what we do know
mace an arrested in a case where a woman and man was found bound and gagged. she and five other people stormed a house on december 9th beat up the man and young woman and left them nor foer code street. the district attorney says the attack may be connected to a credit card from a fraud operations. >> preparations for tournament of roses parade are in full swing. they are getting folks ready for show time on new year's day in pasadena. oh, the places you are go is the theme this year. you can watch the rose parade on news years morning beginning at 8:00 right here. >> good morning. check out live doppler 7-hd. how things have changed within the last few hours. three hour loop shows a lot of light rain. as we zoom into parts of san jose, a stray shower along hillsdale avenue and parts of highway 83 near the almaden expressway but things are clearing out quickly. look for chilly conditions overnight as we have clear skies but it will be dry tomorrow. that is something to look forward to. the storms continues to move south and with the clearing will take the showers away. there is a possi
it and they don't want to try boehner one more time but i think they're making a big mace take. -- making a big mistake. >> congressman, if he puts down a bill that requires democrats to get it pass, there will be a revolt. >> my frustration is with the democrats because the house republicans, our conscience is clear. in august we passed a bill to extend all of the tax rates. we did deal with the fiscal cliff issues weeks have passed that. it's harry reid and the president that have yet to come up with something. if it was so easy, if they thought they had a solution to it, why didn't on friday they come to the table and actually pass something? the pressure is on them, what can they pass in the senate? >> harold, you know the politics of this but you also know the markets and how they've been reacting and wall street and corporate america more generally. is there new pessimism that we're, a, not going to get a deal and not solve the issue anyway? >> big disappointment. people outside of washington understand clearly. a couple hundred billion over ten years separating both sides. the question b
amounts than they were do. when all is said and done, because it's a mace tick of -- mistake of the department, we do not want housing authorities and cascading down to residents who use the service of self-sufficiency coordinator, we don't want folks to be harmed, and so for people who should not have been awarded money, we are going to make available extraordinary ad min fees for them so if they continued to hire people and make employment commitments, that they will not be harmed, can move forward, and will not have to take a loss and lay people off. >> thank you, madam secretary. two points because my time a winding down. you and your proposal for, essentially, merging or consolidating the fss voucher program and the program for public housing authorities, i think that's part of your design. that's reflective of the legislation that i've submitted and some of my colleagues are supporting. >> yeah. >> and i think it makes sense. second point, and you eluded to it too, the notion of banding together, spreading overhead costs, something i think we should all explore. you kno
mace have recognized that mom there. kim. >> kim. >> yeah. >> one of --. >> we -- long history there . >> hello kim. she isn't watching. >>> let's take a look at the drive now. traffic is moving along relatively well. if you are driving in some areas and not so well in others. here is the story of two freeways. a mess of the freeway but 280 is a great alternative. if you are trying to get down to the peninsula use 280, if you have to use 92 to get to 280 do that. this injury crash is blocking lanes and the police -- the chp said it's going to take a while before the slow traffic clears up even if they were to open up the lanes right now we are done here, done. let's move along and take a look at westbound 92, san mateo bridge. moderately busy. the problems have been cleared up. we always check out the bay bridge. it's backed up for a 30 minute delay before you get onto the bridge. >> thank you. cold out there. a lot of 30s. partly sunny, partly cloudy. we could get some build ups or some isolated showers. my forecast level goes below an a minus and i am on the -- not -- today
. what you do is you can arm the principal and the school teachers with mace and pepper spray, high grade, that can go 30 feet. the principal just presses a button, oil goes on the floor and he can't even walk. my job is to get the message out that we have to stop it and work hard. gregg: all right. that is the plaintiff's attorney. joey jackson a former prosecutor, criminal defense attorney. arthur eye della has the same pedigree. >> sounds like we are dogs new don't want me to go there. civil lawsuits for money damage is yes about compensating alleged victims, but it's also about something else isn't it art stphur. you are? >> it affects a change especially when it's against the government. investigators look and say, what happened here why did our government have to payout x amount of dollars. in new york there was a big ferry that crashed, the staten island perry and people were killed and injured. procedures were changed, it a effectuates change and i'm glad that that's what the plaintiff's attorney, he did put that in there. this isn't just a money grab, although i'm not going to de
the bills on january 3rd. even the sequester takes time to take effect. but that said, it mace take time to creep up on markets, especially if when congress is back in session in january you don't see any precipitous sign of them moving towards a deal. >> then i don't think we're going to cross our fingers for that one. greg, stick around. we'll have plenty more with greg in just a bit. in the meantime, we want to give you a sense of how markets are trading. they were open in the u.s. and trading weak her for the most part this morning. looks like we could get a rebound. similar small gains seen for the nasdaq and s&p 500. asian markets, a mixed session. we are almost back to the patterns that we saw about a month ago where the shanghai was lagging the market. that was the case down, do down .6%. back towards 2200 despite stronger figures on chinese profitability. meanwhile, the nikkei leading the market up higher up .9% on hopes that the japanese government will pursue more aggressive markets. >> european markets, still sitting higher. the ftse mib up .25%. the ibex has fallen back and
through the doors. eight arrests made. mace sprayed by police. it got very rowdy here at the capitol. i want i want you to listen to one protester. >> it terrifies me that they're trying to pass this through so quickly with no discussion from the other side. no understanding of what's important no discussion about the finer points, all the things this will effect. democracy is way too important to let it slide through like this. >> reporter: democrats are calling this a subversion of the legislative process. this did not go through committee or public debate. the head of the united auto workers vehemently opposing here. here protesting yesterday. the governor here, the republican governor saying this is a move for workplace fairness. >> to be pro-worker, to give freedom of choice to the workplace. and that the legislators move promptly an efficiently moving it through the legislature. when it arrives on my desk i plan on signing it. >> the data and the facts from all the right work states show it's right to work for less. it's an effort by the wealthy and the right wing that they want t
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 58 (some duplicates have been removed)